HP Pavilion 20-B323W specs ideal for all-in-one desktop upgrade

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If you have not upgraded your All-In-One Desktop PC in the last couple of years, then you will find that some of models released over the last year would make an ideal upgrade from your ageing machine. We know that it is tough finding the right model, but if you usually stick to a brand, then your decision process is made much easier.

HP has a limited number of all-in-one PCs and the HP Pavilion 20-b323w is a pretty decent choice because its specs would make an ideal upgrade. We also like how this model has a competitive price point, one that is very important in this current financial climate and time of year.

The HP Pavilion 20-b323w All-in-One specs will not blow you away, but what they will do is give you the confidence to get on with your daily tasks, although don’t expect intense gaming or graphic design projects.

HP Pavilion 20-B323W all-in-one allows you to get more from one machine

HP Pavilion 20-B323W all-in-one allows you to get more from one machine

Main HP Pavilion 20-b323w specs – Firstly, there is a 1.48GHz AMD E1-1500 accelerated processor, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, which is not that much when you consider most tablets have that as standard, 500GB hard drive, AMD Radeon HD 7310 graphics, 20-inch display, and a HP TrueVision HD webcam.

HP Pavilion 20-b323w connectivity consists of 4 USB 2.0 ports, and 2 USB 3.0 ports, as well as aux audio, RJ-45 Ethernet port, headphone and microphone jack and an all-in-one memory card reader.

Remember to consider what you will need a new computer for before you upgrade, and if you do not want anything over the top in terms of features and price, then the HP Pavilion 20-B323W could be the all-in-one for you.

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HP Pavilion 20-B323W specs ideal for all-in-one desktop upgrade

  • connorwilliams1

    Seriously? This is a pretty weak computer. If you plan to upgrade soon, so yourself a favor and get something a little better than this, it will work much better for you in the long run.

    • Tucker

      Bu at this price, $358 its fine for menial task. Don’t be a PC snob, lol. ITs a GREAT extra computer to set on a bar in a game room or on a spare desk.

      • connorwilliams1

        Even at 358 you could definitely find better. AMD E1 is just about as bad of a processor as you can get nowadays, you could spend about 400 bucks and get an i3 all-in-one and get a much better computer.

  • B Sullivan

    This is a very bad computer. Most review show returns within a week of purchase.